This reprint of an actual early 19th-century diary provides today’s readers with an engaging rarity: a fifteen-year old farm boy’s brief, concise notebook and author Eric Sloane’s delightful drawings and explanatory narrative of the daily entries. A bygone era, preserved in its simplicity, is revealed in text that tells of life on a New England farm and such common tasks as nail-making, bridge-building, shingle-splitting, and spring plowing.
- Knowledge Box Central families: Use this alongside the American History 1776 – present lapbooks and booklets.
- Tapestry of Grace families: Use for 3 weeks in Unit 1.
- Weaver Curriculum families: Use as an option during your study of early American history.
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